Hello, I have been the residential home owner (it's my principal residence) of a property that has been undergoing major renovations. It has been a gut to the studs renovation on a 50 year old home has had brand new electrical, plumbing and mechanical installed. As a result, during the renovation, my family and I had to move out to temporary rental accommodations. One of the subcontractors, who was working on the property while we were living offsite, is threatening to place a mechanic's lien on the property. However, the subcontractor never served us a pre-lien notice. Given my situation, does Washington state law deem my property owner-occupied for the purposes of this potential lien? My family and I really appreciate any help or insight you can provide.